Implementing additional social-emotional learning activities, defining a clear definition of bullying and allocating resources for school- and district-based research to monitor bullying incidents and responses were just a few of the suggestions made to the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Bullying on Tuesday, May 28, during a regional meeting in Clearwater.
Cheryl Johnson, director of KSDE’s Child Nutrition and Wellness team, and school food service directors from across Kansas discussed the Farm to Plate program with State Board members.
Bullying affects everyone, and Kansas is taking steps to combat this complex issue by convening a Blue Ribbon Task Force on Bullying that will have meetings across the state to gather public input.
Two Kansas schools have been designated 2019 National Schools of Character, Character.org announced Friday, May 10, in Washington, D.C.
Two Kansas students have been named 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars.
Anthony Elementary and David Brewer Elementary schools, Leavenworth Unified School District 453, were announced as 2019 Kansas Schools of Character on Wednesday, May 1, during a special ceremony at the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site in Topeka.
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